Taking baby steps on the African continent and exploring my (actual) roots

see url You might be laughing or wondering when reading the title of this post, but let me explain this briefly…

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source Ps: My next destination will then finally be West Africa, Cameroon.

source site Some of my highlights of this trip in pictures..



follow url This trip was meant to solely be a business trip but turned out to be one of the most exciting explorations on my life journey and self-discovery.


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اخبار الاسهم القطرية Let me know if you would like to see more impressions in form of video footage of some of the countries, I am going to visit and I make sure to get this uploaded onto YouTube (CurvesandEdges). Also let me know if there is any particular thing you are interested in finding out more about (maybe the business and networking aspect of it?)

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